SID Awards: Primary

Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day Awards
(Primary School)

Inspired by some of the work being done in schools around Ireland on internet safety We are running a great competition for Primary Schools who participate in Safer Internet Day 2019. Choose from three competition categories; Best Picture, Best Posters or best use of technology. Winners will receive a drone for their school and there are also some great runner-up prizes.

Closing date for entries 5m, Tuesday, 5th March 2019

Picture Competition

We love to see all of your pictures celebrating Safer Internet Day! Send us in your class pictures of your SID activities! It is a great way to showcase what you are doing in your school to promote Safer Internet Day!


All you have to do to enter is to tag your photo with #SIDawards and you could be in with a chance to win a prize for your school. You can also email us your photo to:

The Art Award

HTML Heroes

Colouring Competition

The HTML Heroes need colouring in. Download our fun UBS Heroes Picture template and get colouring!


Poster Competition

Create your own Safer Internet Day 2019 poster.  Come up with a slogan, hashtag or positive message.

The Techwise Award


Best Use of Technology

Have you used a smartphone to take a group photo, a computer to create a quiz or PowerPoint? Maybe you created your own radio show with your class? This is the category for you.

Safer Internet Day

Video Competition

This category looks at the best use of video! You can create your own short film, record a Safer Internet Day message, film a drama or play, or capture an event. The choice is yours. Get creative!

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Music Competition

Make a rap or song about internet safety and you could be in with a chance of winning our technology category. Listen to the HTML Heroes and try to copy their rap. It is up to you!

Previous Winners

2016 SID Winners

We are delighted to announce the SID Competition Winners 2016. The Grand Prizes winners of the Safer Internet…

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